1 week ago

Since everyone seems to be having fun with the Seaside Hotel at Ryder's Cove, here's another view. We're looking roughly southwest, and the big verandas are crowded with people. We've been struck by ... See more

1 week ago

A wonderful photo of Islesboro's first hotel, the long gone Seaside Hotel at Ryder's Cove. The Ryder family started hosting guests (largely from Bangor) in their house and later built the large ... See more

3 weeks ago

Another connected farm house. This one is identified in our records as William Farnsworth's house, later owned by J.P. Miller. The house burned, and Mildred Hale acquired the land. I like the shallow ... See more

1 month ago

Congratulations to Bill Warren and the Dark Harbor Shop! Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its associations with the development of the Dark Harbor summer colony as a ... See more

3 months ago

We're honored to have this photograph of an Islesboro blacksmith at work in his smithy prominently featured in the Maine Historical Society's exhibit - Creative Maine: Trade Banners & the Crafts That ... See more

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